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tmoneyGTS
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tmoneyGTS Apr 3, 10:25pm - #433917 

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2000 Toyota Celica

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ocean, nj
3zz engine

hey wat up i was reading an issue of a superstreet mag and they featured a celica gts with a 3zz engine, wat they did was that they added a 1zz camshaft and 2zz pistons, now i have a 00 gts ( 2zz ) wat kind of performance would i get if i swapped the 2zz camshaft with a 1zz??
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Creep1234
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Creep1234 Apr 3, 10:28pm - #433918 

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2004 Toyota Celica GT

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Trial makes the 3zz engine. 2zz core with a crank like the GT but as far as I know, it is not a 1zz crank ... it gives GTS more torque.

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slick00gts
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slick00gts Apr 4, 12:14am - #433919 
2000 Black Toyota Celica GTS
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2000 Toyota Celica GTS

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interesting, always could use more torque
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speedducky
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speedducky Apr 4, 1:24am - #433920 

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If I can remember the crank is very similar to the 1ZZ crank which gives the piston a slightly longer stroke which increases the engine displacement to closer to 2.0L over the stock 1.8L. So with the increase piston stroke length increases the tq over stock.

More info on the Trial 3ZZ kit can be found here on the web site: http://www.trial.co.jp/trial-usa/celica/3zz.htm

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entrancedcelica
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entrancedcelica Apr 4, 6:20am - #433921 
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good find thumbsup

2000 white gt-s
aem intake, hks exhaust, act clutch, fidanza flywheel, skunk 2 coilovers, 17" axis reverbs rims black
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Haggard
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Haggard Apr 4, 12:48pm - #433922 

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2000 Toyota Celica

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San Antonio Texas
EXPENSIVE for what it is...you could do it by buying all the parts for a hell of a lot cheaper. but that supercharger is bad ass! again, too damn expensive, but it sounds mean!!!!!!!

2000 Celica GT-S Spectra White

Current mods:
Magnaflow Cat-back Exhaust

Currently saving for custom turbo....MUST BE F/I!!!!!
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